The Fed’s Tarullo: beefing up liquidity regulation wherever liquidity emerges

Federal Reserve Governor Daniel Tarullo gave a speech last week on liquidity regulation at The Clearing House 2014 Annual Conference. He laid out some pretty big themes, including the value of regulation, why Lenders of Last Resort (LOLR) matter and why the Federal Reserve was created to begin with. He also talked about recent actions in strengthening liquidity regulation in the financial system. His conclusions were that regulators are preparing to be broad-sweeping in their capture and regulation of financial market liquidity wherever it may occur.

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